Millionaire Ghodoussi, 50, was caught out by road safety campaigner Mike van Erp, known as “Cycling Mikey”, who filmed him near his Mayfair home and posted the footage on YouTube.
In the video, Mr van Erp - who has been involved in high-profile prosecutions of film director Guy Ritchie and ex-champion boxer Chris Eubank - initially accused Ghodoussi of being on his mobile phone at the wheel of the £50,000 vehicle.
He says in his commentary: “He’s holding a phone. He’s still talking.”
Mr van Erp taps on the windscreen of the 4x4 to confront Ghodoussi, adding: “Six points [meaning penalty points on his licence] as the Premier League director drives further down the road. The cyclist then loses him in traffic.
At Bromley Magistrates’ Court Ghodoussi - who lives near Park Lane - admitted he failed to give the Metropolitan Police when required information relating to the identification of the driver of a 66-reg Land Rover on August 10, 2022.
He was disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for six months “due to repeat offending”, the court said.
Magistrates also fined Ghodoussi £660, with a victim surcharge of £264 as well as £100 costs on March 7 of this year.
He is likely to have now served the road ban.
Ghodoussi, who was not present when the matter was dealt with under the single justice procedure, has to pay the sum by April 25, 2023.
Mr van Erp claims to have reported around 1,100 motorists for driving offences in the last five years, including many for using their mobile phones.
Ghodoussi and financier wife Amanda Staveley led a Saudi-backed consortium which completed their £305million takeover of Newcastle United in 2021.
The Standard has approached Ghodoussi, via Newcastle United, for comment.